senate. two from each chamber. we knew going into this president obama told those in negotiations, i want you to come with specifics about what could be in an agreement, but there is no break through at this point, brooke. president obama, despite the fact that republicans ended up pulling out of at least the discussion point about a $4 trillion in deficit savings over ten years, they said, you know we're not going to go for that over the weekend. president obama saying he's still pushing for that. republicans and an aide to the speaker telling us what house republicans are really looking at now is a $2.4 trillion in deficit savings over the course of ten years, and the things we know generally they're discussing, of course, tax increases. democrats want some. republicans are insisting that there shouldn't be tax increases, also entitlement reform. medicare, medicaid, social security. looking at some changes to those and some savings, i guess you could say, brooke, republicans pushing that, democrats resisting that.